1. What is the Cross Margin?
The Cross Margin is a trading method that maintains a position by using all of the account balances. If the net asset value does not meet the requirement of the retention rate, the position will be liquidated and the balance 'all' held by the account will be lost.
2. What is the Isolated Margin?
The Isolated margin is a function that separates the margin used when opening a position from the account balance and spends some of the funds in the form of evidence in the contract. By applying this feature, you will not be able to spend additional evidence, so you will be able to reduce your loss to the maximum when you are liquidated. The maximum amount that can be lost when using the isolated margin is the opening deposit of the position, so the trader can control the risk.
The isolated margin is suitable for high leverage and scalping, but can be liquidated immediately if the coin price changes unexpectedly. The isolated margin also depends on the leverage ratio.
Click the Leverage button.
Leverage settings can be set in two ways.
1) Move the leverage bar to set it.
2) Click the button to set it (5x, 10x, 25x, 50x, 100x, 125x)
Applies when the Apply button is clicked after setting the desired leverage.